By Stephen Lendman
Longstanding US/Israeli plans call for redrawing the Middle East by replacing regional governments with pro-Western puppet regimes they control — including their resources and populations.
In 1982, senior advisor to Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs Oded Yinon published a document for regional conquest and dominance — titled “A Strategy for Israel in the 1980s.”
Israel Shahak (1933 – 2001) published a translated/edited version titled “The Zionist Plan for the Middle East.”
It’s considered the most explicit, detailed statement of Zionist rage for redrawing the Middle East map to serve Israeli interests.
Its two essential premises include the following:
To survive, Israel must dominate the region and become a world power.
Achieving its imperial aims requires dividing Arab nations and Iran into small, easily controlled states – partitioning them along ethnic and sectarian lines as weakened Israeli satellites.
According to Yinon, “(t)he existence, prosperity and steadfastness of (Israel) depend(s) upon its ability to adopt a new framework for its domestic and foreign affairs,” based on securing its material needs through winnable resource wars and Arab world divisions.
“All the Arab States east of Israel are torn apart, broken up and riddled with inner conflicts even more than those of the Maghreb” (Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Mauritania, and Western Sahara).”
Persian Gulf states are “built upon a delicate house of sand in which there is only oil.” Jordan is in reality Palestine, Amman the same as Nablus.
Other regional states are similar, including Egypt, Iran, Turkey, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and others.
The US, NATO, Israeli scheme is all about creating endless regional violence and chaos, exploited to their advantage for gaining control over regional nations and their valued resources.
The plan in cahoots with the US represents what the scourge of imperialism is all about — pursuing their aims by brute force, the human cost of no consequence.
Israel’s 1967 Golan seizure, as well as 1978 and 1982 Lebanon invasions followed the diabolical plan.
So does its undeclared war on Syria with designs of annexing more of its territory, balkanizing the rest.
According to Shahak, Israel’s plan follows faithfully the geopolitical ideas current in Germany of 1890 – 1933, which were swallowed whole by Hitler and the Nazi movement, and determined their aims for East Europe.”
They were then implemented from 1939 – 1941, “and only (a global alliance) prevented their consolidation for a period of time.”
Yinon believed that “(t)he existence, prosperity and steadfastness of (Israel) depend(s) upon its ability to adopt a new framework for its domestic and foreign affairs,” based on securing its material needs through winnable resource wars and Arab world divisions.
Throughout the Middle East, hunger and unemployment affect millions.
They’re potentially explosive problems only security forces can contain, giving Israel “far-reaching opportunities for the first time since 1967.”
In 1985, Israeli President and Labor Party leader Chaim Herzog sounded like hardliners Sharon and Netanyahu saying:
“The Arabs must make room for the Jews in Eretz Israel.” With US help, the Jewish state can pursue its expansionary aims.
On Thursday in Washington, Trump announced an Israeli/ UAE “peace” agreement.
It’s the third Arab state to establish diplomatic relations with Israel — Egypt and Jordan the others.
In 2018 and years earlier, former Saudi envoy to Washington/intelligence chief prince Bandar bin Sultan secretly visited Israel.
Both countries have no formal relations. Extensive behind-the-scenes diplomatic, economic, intelligence, and military ties were established to pursue mutual interests.
Regular meetings are held between officials of both countries in their capitals, Jordan and the US. Strategic relations have been developing for years.
The kingdom is allied with the Trump and Netanyahu regimes against Iran, Syria, Hezbollah, Hamas, and fundamental Palestinian rights.
The Saudis were heavily involved in selling the Trump regime’s no-peace/deal of the century to the Palestinian leadership.
It was and remains a diabolical scheme for formalizing Palestinian subjugation to Israeli interests, including abandonment of self-determination.
The scheme was dead before arrival.
Growing Saudi/Israeli ties pose a greater regional strategic threat than already.
Ruling regimes in both countries support ISIS and likeminded extremists.
The same goes for the UAE. An alliance with Israel advances the Israel’s aim for regional dominance at the expense of the Arab world and Iran if able to achieve its long-term objectives that are hostile to what just societies cherish.
Stephen Lendman, born in 1934 in Boston, started writing on major world and national issues began in summer 2005. In early 2007, radio hosting followed. Lendman now hosts the Progressive Radio News Hour on the Progressive Radio Network three times weekly.
Lendman is a 2008 Project Censored winner and 2011 Mexican Journalists Club international journalism award recipient. – Culled from Press TV.